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91.) Dallas Cowboys – S Damarious Randall, Arizona St
Both of the Cowboys safeties were sub-par last season and without much cap space to find one in free agency, they will have to roll the dice in the draft. It’s not a very strong safety class after Landon Collins, but Randall looks like one of the safest bests. He’s a bit undersized, but is very good in coverage and has solid instincts and aggressiveness against the run.
92.) Denver Broncos – OB Arie Kouandjio, Alabama
Starting guard Orlando Franklin is a free agent, but even if the Broncos keep him they have little depth on the interior O-line. Kouandjio has the potential to be an elite guard if he can clean up his technique and remain healthy.
93.) Indianapolis Colts – C Reese Dismukes, Auburn
The Colts ended up with undrafted rookie Jonotthan Harrison at center and he was barely adequate. Dismukes is an intelligent center whose sum is better than his individual traits, but he definitely needs to get stronger. Regardless, he is a significant upgrade over the current centers on the roster.
94.) Green Bay Packers – TE Nick O’Leary, Florida St
Not as athletic as ideal for a TE, but has great football instincts, understands how to get open vs a zone, has soft hands, and fights for every yard after the catch. O’Leary is an old-school football player and I could see him developing a good rapport with Aaron Rodgers right away and eventually becoming a poor man’s Jason Witten.
95.) Seattle Seahawks – DT Grady Jarrett, Clemson
An injury to Brandon Mebane exposed a lack of depth on the Seahawks interior D-line but Jarrett could fill that from day 1. He has an elite burst off the line of scrimmage for a 300 pounder, a non-stop motor, and good football instincts. I wouldn’t be surprised to see Garrett starting by the end of his rookie season.
96.) New England Patriots – OG Ali Marpet, Hobart
The Pats stock up on interior lineman with the surprisingly athletic Marpet. The combo of Jackson and Marpet inside give the Pats a punishing run blocker and a mobile grinder. The additions of a deep threat and two upgrades on the interior line could extend Tom Brady’s career and effectiveness another few years.